Graphics & Presentation Design
Learning Technologies Graphics and Presentations unit exists to serve the students and staff of the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh. We provide multimedia, graphic and photographic support for instruction, faculty scholarship and professional development, on-campus communication, and administration. For questions about the lab, please email firstname.lastname@example.org
Graphics and Presentations Design provides graphic design support for the campus community. Graphics and Presentations Design, a full service design shop, can assist you through all phases of your project. We can help provide ideas for:
- draft graphics
- design compelling graphics
and layout your file project, whether it is a poster, newsletter, flyer, or other piece.
Graphics and Presentations Design provides a number of finishing services as well. We are able to:
- and trim your materials.
The Presentations Lab is a multimedia lab for students that features many tools not available in any of the general access computer labs, such as CD and DVD authoring and duplication, paper, slide, negative scanning, video editing, and color printing.
The Presentations Lab provides support for students seeking help with multimedia and presentations technologies. Students that can't quite figure out how a photoshop filter works, why their InDesign document won't print, or how to build a really good Powerpoint Presentation can find help in the lab.
The Presentations Lab offers consultations with student on topics ranging from graphic design to presentation design, to instructional technology tools, and is able to provide one-on-one training for students in need of extra help in the basic computing applications or in search of advanced skills. We can design workshops based around your needs as well. Please email Julie Thyssen (email@example.com) to make an appointment or discuss workshops.
Hours and availability
Graphics & Presentations is open from 8am til 4:30pm Monday through Friday whenever the university is open. Walk in help is available, but scheduling an appointment is recommended to ensure we have staff available to help you. Please email Julie Thyssen (firstname.lastname@example.org) to make an appointment.